Escape to Mexico’s secret paradise for tranquil beach living and eco-tourism… Troncones.

Thinly veiled by the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains, this easily accessible village found in the state of Guerrero, Mexico lies thirty-five kilometers northwest of the urban Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa areas. A visit to this quiet community reveals how Troncones effortlessly blends the thrills of adventure activities with the serene joys of nature and pure relaxation.

Charmingly, Troncones resists the pre-conceived, recent notion to meddle with nature in an unnecessary effort to improve it. On the contrary, its rustic roots paired with tropical waters, ocean breezes, and glorious sunsets establish a backdrop above and beyond the popularized all-inclusive resort. The village luxuries here are found along its three mile secluded beach, as you unwind and rejuvenate in this quiet, unspoiled coastal region.

Visitors and locals alike explore and take pleasure in the various recreational opportunities available throughout the area. Aquatic enthusiasts may enjoy tidal pools, swimming, world-class surfing, snorkeling, and fishing or admire the wonders of the sea while catching glimpses of whales, dolphins, or sea turtles. Land activities include eco-tour adventures, hiking, cave exploring, mountain biking, horseback riding, and bird-watching.

Replenish after fun-filled activities at restaurants ranging from casual taco stands to romantic, beachfront dining. Revive your spirit with a trip to a local spa or yoga class.

As you discover the countless treasures of Troncones, consider the centrally located Las Maravillas your exclusive paradise. Surrounded by tropical foliage, our fully-equipped villa apartments are steps from both the ocean and local establishments such as businesses, restaurants, and convenience stores. Amenities at this perfect hideaway include air-conditioned bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens, a refreshing pool, gorgeous coastal views, and the ideal combination of hospitality, comfort, and privacy. Find your self at Las Maravillas, by the sea and shores of Troncones.